Largest toothed whales Box-shaped head S shaped blowhole on the left side of its head Live in both cool and tropical waters Live up to 70 years Can dive up to 10,500 ft. 200,000 worldwide
Long tusk that protrudes out of the upper jaw Grow up to 16 ft. and weigh1.8 tons Sleek body and no dorsal fin Live in Arctic waters Live up to 50 years 10,000-45,000 in existence Name means “corpse whale”
Small, stout, and streamline Known for their ghostly white skin Grow up to 15 ft. and weigh 3,300 lbs Can dive up to 2,100 ft, but usually dive 66 ft Live in Arctic waters, but migrate in summer Live up to 30 years 40,000-80,000 worldwide Name means “white one” in Russian
Sleek, streamlined, have beaks Can grow 8-9 ft and up to 600 lbs Can live up to 48 years Very intelligent and sociable Found in tropical waters all over the world Have coordinated hunting patterns Population unknown, but 243,000 live in the Pacific
Member of the dolphin family Inhabit all oceans of the world Largest predatory mammals – 22 ft. 8,000 – 12,000 lbs Live around 50 years Live and hunt in packs Called sea wolves Unknown population
Smallest porpoises Only 4-6 ft and 150 lbs Live up to 20 years Located in coastal waters in the Northern Hemisphere Can dive a few hundred feet Come up every 25 seconds to breathe Group name is called a shoal Unknown population
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